Tag Archives: witnessing

‘End of discussion’ is the last thing we want

I know a story about a Christian who was being harassed by an atheist for her beliefs. After the atheist gave some compelling reasons for his disbelief in God, the Christian replied, “Good, we’re both believers then.” The atheist, quite … Continue reading

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You don’t need the Garden Tour, but it wouldn’t hurt

We’re having some pretty strange weather right now for Southern California. When I got up early this morning, the house was 58˚. Marti likes to sleep with the heat off and the windows open, but it’s 52˚ outside right now … Continue reading

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‘Why do you stand here looking into the sky?’

“He presented himself to them and gave many convincing proofs that he was alive. He appeared to them over a period of forty days and spoke about the kingdom of God.” (Acts 1:3) From this account in the Book of … Continue reading

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A static faith or a fearless one?

We need to be smarter about our witness in the world. Taking a cultural stand in society today and linking it with our Christian faith may not be the best thing to do. It can make us look like supporters … Continue reading

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Building bridges in a season of walls

Jesus gave us one command before he left. It was the last thing He told us. He told us to go. Go into all the world. Go into all the world and make disciples. Go into all the world and … Continue reading

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‘Don’t give up on me’

My wife, Marti, loves to tell the story of a dramatic rescue in which she played a significant role when she was a flight attendant. On a routine done-it-a-hundred-times flight from Chicago to New York, a gentleman on board had … Continue reading

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People need the Lord

People need the Lord, people need the Lord. At the end of broken dreams, He’s the open door. People need the Lord, people need the Lord. When will we realize, people need the Lord? It’s a song written and recorded … Continue reading

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‘He died climbing’

It’s been said that high in the Alps there is a monument to a faithful guide who perished while ascending a peak to rescue a stranded amateur in inclement weather. According to the story, the monument contains these words: “He … Continue reading

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